An Evening of Song With Victor Tremblay

368 Vermont 114, Burke, Vermont
24 March 2018, 06:30 PM until 08:30 PM
Type: Community
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The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce
PO BOX 886, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
(802) 626-9696
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The Burke Mountain Club invites you to An Evening of Song With Victor Tremblay

Saturday, March 24th at 6:30 PM
Burke Mountain Club
(in the center of East Burke)
368 Vermont Route 114, East Burke Vermont

Victor is a retired machinist, having worked in the maintenance department of a paper mill for many years. He made all his house payments, raised 3 beautiful girls who raised 4 beautiful children. He says he is lucky to be living in a rural district in beautiful Northern Vermont. He has not retired from making music. In fact he has just made his first CD. A singer songwriter since his early teens, his material comes from the life he lives. Many of his tunes are very playful such as his song “That No-good Irene” which is a play on the old time tune “Good-night Irene”, but where he sings about the huge storm Irene that devastated many parts of Vermont.
His musical influences range from John Prine, Mac Wiseman, the Del McCoury Band, Doc Watson, Dr. Hook to Kate Wolff. Tremblay writes songs in the veritable troubadour tradition with sprinkles of Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom. Listen to some of his tunes at www.reverbnation.com/victremblay.

Coffee & light refreshments
Donations Appreciated

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PRESIDENT
Sarah Lafferty

VICE-PRESIDENT PRO-TEM
Steve Nichols

TREASURER
Mary Marceau

SECRETARY
Cheryl McMahon

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